Educational Technology and the New World of Persistent Learning

  • 5h 39m
  • Liston W. Bailey
  • IGI Global
  • 2019

Technologies, such as artificial intelligence and augmented and mixed reality, continue to be implemented to support the process of teaching and learning. However, technological advances and new applications should not be seen as a replacement for the requisite consideration of proper needs analysis, instructional design, and educational philosophy within courses or training; rather it should serve as an enabler to allow faster and more open access to learning for individuals.

Educational Technology and the New World of Persistent Learning provides innovative insights into technology integration methods within classroom settings including how they can empower students and how they can be used in the creation of dynamic learning experiences. The content within this publication examines e-learning, robotics, and tutoring systems and is designed for academicians, educators, principles, administrators, researchers, and students.

In this Book

  • New Technology for the Classroom: Mobile Devices, Artificial Intelligence, Tutoring Systems, and Robotics
  • Virtual and Augmented Reality: Exploring the Potential for Instructional Application
  • The Effect of Digital Storytelling Activities Used in a Social Studies Course on Student Engagement and Motivation
  • Pathways of Divergence, Convergence, and Adaptation to Persistent Learning
  • The Role of E-Collaboration in E-Learning: Why E-Collaboration is Crucial
  • A Global Perspective of Classroom Technology Integration and Use
  • Multi-Perspective Concept Mapping in a Digital Integrated Learning Environment: Promote Active Learning Through Shared Perspectives
  • Classroom Applications of Automated Writing Evaluation: A Qualitative Examination of Automated Feedback
  • Supporting Learners in the Classroom: The 3CE Model of Course Facilitation
  • Development of a Mobile Application for Learning Style Prediction
  • Use of Humanoid Robots for Students With Intellectual Disabilities
  • Virtual Learning Environments as a Continuous Assessment Tool in University Students